Answered By: eTeam Support
Last Updated: Aug 08, 2016     Views: 156

Choice Reviews is the premier review journal of new academic titles. Since its founding as a monthly collection of recommended titles more than 50 years ago, Choice has become the go-to source for librarians and researchers seeking worthwhile new titles for the library collection.

Use Choice Reviews to identify books and other resources you would like added to the library collection, then request these resources in one of the following ways:

  1. Through your library liaison.
  2. By completing the library's request form.
  3. By contacting Paolo Gujilde, Coordinator of Collection Development.

If you have any questions about requesting materials for the library collection, please contact your library liaison or the Information Services Desk at (912) 478-5645.


Create an Account and Log in

To take full advantage of Choice Reviews, you must create a personal account. To do so, click on the link below or any of the library's links to Choice Reviews. If you are off campus, you may be asked to log in using your MyGS username and password:
 

http://georgiasouthern.libguides.com/db_17204193‚Äč


When you arrive at the Choice Reviews website, complete these instructions for creating a personal account. Once you have created your personal account, you may log into Choice Reviews from on or off campus with full access to articles, reviews, and account features. 


Create Lists, Alerts, Cardstacks, and More!

Once you have created your personal account, you will be able to search articles and reviews, create lists and alerts to share, create cardstacks to share and vote on, and submit title requests to the library via GOBI. For a general overview of these features and how to set them up, see the Choice Reviews FAQ. In addition, follow these links to common account tasks:


Choice Reviews includes a mobile app for select tablet devices; however, the library does not recommend its use at this time. 
If you have any questions, please contact the Information Services Desk at (912)478-5645.

 

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